The Nigerian Air Force has stated that it had begun investigation into the circumstances surrounding the dying of Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile, in a street accident.
It added that two individuals have been additionally being held in reference to the accident.
NAF Director of Public Relations and Info, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, who made the disclosure, stated the result of the investigation can be revealed.
He stated that Arotile can be buried on Thursday, July 23, on the Nationwide Navy Cemetery, Abuja, in full army honours.
The NAF famous that it will proceed to assist feminine pilots’ coaching as 11 have been at the moment present process coaching inside and out of doors Nigeria.
The nation was thrown into mourning on Tuesday when the NAF introduced that Arotile, Nigeria’s first feminine fight helicopter pilot, died on the NAF base in Kaduna State from a street visitors accident.
The air pressure stated the feminine officer sustained head accidents when she was “inadvertently hit by the reversing automobile of an excited former Air Pressure secondary college classmate whereas attempting to greet her.”